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Historia de Mexico | History of Mexico | 1450- 1999

Aztec Bibliography

1988 - ... Calnek Aveni Anthony F., and Horst Hartung, "Myth, Environment and the Orientation of the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan," American Antiquity 53 (1988): 287-309.
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History in the News

1500 - By 1500, the Aztecs had conquered most of central Mexico and the empire reached its height under Moctezuma II, who ruled from 1502 to 1520.
November 8th, 1519 - When Cortes arrived in Tenochtitlan on November 8th, 1519, accounts by Spanish conquistadores described the city as one of the largest in the world on a par ...
1521 - ... City raising new questions about the fate of the Aztec capital city, Tenochtitlan, and its inhabitants following its conquest led by Hernan Cortes in 1521.
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1520 - Smallpox first erupted in Mexico Tenochtitlán, the ancient capital of the Mexica, in 1520. While the siege and conquest of the City by Hernán Cortés's army and ...
1521 - If mortality from any single smallpox epidemic in the City was never as great as Cortés's murderous siege of 1521, over the centuries periodic eruptions of the ...
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Athena Review 2,1: Historic sources on 16th century explorers in ...

1520 - ... Martyr d' Anghera (1457-1526), an Italian humanist who tutored the children of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, was named Royal chronicler by Charles V in 1520.
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MEXICO THIS MONTH - AN HISTORICAL REVIEW - AUGUST TONY BURTON - IN ...

1978 - 2, 1978 By decree of President Lopez Portillo, the islands in the Sea of Cortés (or Gulf of California) are declared wildlife reserves in which all forms of ...
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The Early Modern City - Spanish Colonial Towns

1980 - ... Century: A Sketch," in Borah, Jorge Hardoy and Gilbert Stelter, eds., Urbanization in the Americas: The Background in Comparative Perspective (1980), 7-14.
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Mexican Food: An Short History

1519 - In 1519, when the first Spanish conquistadors entered the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, where today Mexico City stands, they found the Aztec emperor Montezuma ...
1520's - During the 1520's, the Spaniards imported into Mexico plants and animals that no Mexican had ever seen. These included horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, ...
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History of Mexico City

1519 - It was in 1519, after traveling through Mesoamerica when Hernan Cortes, with a small army of spaniards, but with the help of big milice of indigenous people but ...
1521 a.D. - Prehispanic age (2000 b.C – 1521 a.D.). The valley of Mexico is surrounded at the south and the west by the Ajusco Mountains, at the north by the Guadalupe ...
August 13th 1521 - ... suffering its lack and epidemics of new deseases brought by the europeans for three months, MexicoTenochtitlan was defeated on August 13th 1521.
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The Colonial Divide

1519 - in 1519. The codex, one of the finest surviving examples of Aztec manuscript. painting, features a running pictorial display of these three genres with
1524 - Franciscans who arrived in Mexico in 1524, and who supposedly shortly. after held the coloquios, Indians were asked to perform the unforgettable act
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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Pedro de Alvarado - Wikisource

1518 - He accompanied Grijalva on his exploration of Yucatan and the Mexican coast in 1518, and was the chief officer of Cortez during the conquest of Mexico.
1520 - As such, he was left in command of the forces at Tenochtitlan, when the conqueror had to move against Pámfilo de Narvaez in 1520.
1521 - ... during the disastrous sally of Cortez from Mexico in July, 1520 (Noche Triste) and subsequently in the campaign and capture of the Indian stronghold (1521).
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REEXAMINING NEZAHUALCÓYOTL'S TEXCOCO: POLITICS, CONQUESTS AND LAW J L

1972 - 1972. The last two images of Nezahualcóyotl as a patron of the arts and as an oppo-. nent of the practice of human sacrifice will be examined in detail ...
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98.03.10: Artifacts: Bringing the Past Back to Life--the Mexican Case

1519 - ... past at the time that the Conquistadores penetrated into the Mexican highlands in 1519 in this curriculum unit directed to students of the fifth grade level.
1956 - New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956. Durán, Fray Diego. Book of the Gods and Rites and the Ancient Calendar. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma ...
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Contact, American Beginnings: 1492-1690, Primary Resources in U.S. ...

1519 - English: John Rastell, Four Elements, play, 1519, selection. -, German: Albrecht Dürer, journal entry, 1520. -, French: Pierre de Ronsard, "The Fortunate Isles ...
1520 - German: Albrecht Dürer, journal entry, 1520. -, French: Pierre de Ronsard, "The Fortunate Isles," poem, ca. 1560, excerpt
1585 - English: John White, paintings of the Algonquian Indians (North Carolina), 1585. -, English/French: Author unknown, The Natural History of the [West] Indies ...
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Art/Museums: The Aztec Empire at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum ...

1519 - ... and the sun began to set on the Aztec empire when the boots of Cortes and a band of ragged European adventurers touched ground on the coast of Mexico in 1519.
1520 - What gave the Spaniards a decisive advantage was smallpox, which reached Mexico in 1520 with one infected slave from Spanish Cuba.
August 13, 1521 - The end came on August 13, 1521 with the bloody taking of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, the crowning glory and the capitol city of Aztec civilization by the ...
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THE METAPHORICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF AZTEC HISTORY

1521 - After the Conquest of 1521, the Spanish built the viceregal capital. of New Spain on the ruins of Mexico-Tenochtitlan, the Aztec. imperial capital.
1978 - Coyolxauhqui Stone discovered in 1978 at the base of the Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor, proved by the war to be the "true" and only
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